Thomas Cook flight to Crete forced to return to Manchester due to technical fault

Thomas Cook flight to Crete forced to return to Manchester due to technical fault
 

A flight travelling to Crete was forced to return to Manchester Airport after developing a technical fault.
The Thomas Cook Boeing 763 departed from Manchester at 7.50am on Friday morning and was due to arrive at Heraklion Airport at 2.07pm.
The plane made it as far to Germany, but was forced to perform a U-turn and circled back to Manchester.
Thomas Cook #MT2048 has returned to Manchester - cause unknown pic.twitter.com/YqQOkISAGR
— ✈️Nik's News✈️ (@NikPhillips666) September 30, 2016 Fire crews at Manchester Airport were seen checking underneath the aircraft before passengers and crews... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 43
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